Design of Process Layout for a Pilot Alkyd Resin Production Plant

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There are several reasons why industrial engineers need to optimize process layout designs. This paper points out the justification and discusses the qualitative and quantitative techniques involved in the determination of an optimal process layout for a pilot alkyd resin and its end products manufacturing system. It also spotlights practical decisions required for achieving optimality in the design process. It is the belief of the authors that with some improvements on the final layout, our proposed layout will be a ballpark of eco-factory moored on green manufacturing.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 18-19)

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Prof. A.O. Akii Ibhadode

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435-441

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A.C. Igboanugo and S. Amiebenomo, "Design of Process Layout for a Pilot Alkyd Resin Production Plant ", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 18-19, pp. 435-441, 2007

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June 2007

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